a couple of options for you to try are also have a search in google

also you can try this... resart the machine and press stop a after the
banner comes up and you get the "ok" prompt .. then type boot -s (for single
user mode) (you will need to know the root password) it will come up with a
message saying something like .. you are about to enter into maintance
mode.. press control-c to proceed in normal start up mode.

once you have entered in the root password you will be able to mode around
the directories via the command line .. then is a simple matter of tying cd
/etc/rc2.d ; rm <filename>

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kris [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Monday, 9 December 2002 12:04 PM
> To: PHP List
> Subject: [PHP] Solaris
> Sorry I know this is off subject but I'm in a bind.
> I have a problem with my Solaris box booting up.
> Does I fairly new to all of this so does anybody know a good
> newsgroup for Solaris??
> My problem is I added a file so a program would auto load. I
> added the file to etc/rc2.d
> Now this program loads perfect but continues to run and the rest
> of the O/S can't load.
> How can I access that director to delete the file??
> Thanks for any help....
> Kris

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